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Ogawa 3-D Lid Speculum

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Ogawa 3-D Lid Speculum .

The impact of eyelid and speculum compression on the globe can be significant in terms of positive pressure, corneal distortion, lack of exprosure, and artifact during intra-operative aberrometry. the Ogawa 3-D Speculum truly retracts the upper and lower lids in 3- dimension to relieve the globe of lid and speculum pressure. Ogawa 3-D Lid Speculum […]

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Ong Eye Speculum 12.5mm

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Ong Eye Speculum 12.5mm , .

In glaucoma surgery such as trabeculectomy, access to the superior sclera, conjunctiva and limbus is required. This can be challenge in patients with small palpebral fissures. A superior rectus bridle suture or preferably, a traction suture thus exposing the superior sclera. Although the superior corneal traction suture causes minimal trauma, it may contribute to mild inflammation and can leave a small scar in the superior cornea. This new eye speculum design facilities exposure of the superior sclera and limbus by rotating the eyeball to look down, without the need for a traction suture through the superior peripheral cornea, when doing trabeculectomy. It is also useful when doing procedures such as needling of filtration bleb and subconjunctival 5-Fluorouracial injection in which the exposure of superior conjunctiva is required. when there is akinesia of the globe after peribulbar, retrobulbar or subtenon’s local anaesthetic, this speculum is useful as the patient is not able to voluntrairly infraduct the eye.

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Ong Eye Speculum 15mm

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Ong Eye Speculum 15mm , .

In glaucoma surgery such as trabeculectomy, access to the superior sclera, conjunctiva and limbus is required. This can be challenge in patients with small palpebral fissures. A superior rectus bridle suture or preferably, a traction suture thus exposing the superior sclera. Although the superior corneal traction suture causes minimal trauma, it may contribute to mild inflammation and can leave a small scar in the superior cornea. This new eye speculum design facilities exposure of the superior sclera and limbus by rotating the eyeball to look down, without the need for a traction suture through the superior peripheral cornea, when doing trabeculectomy. It is also useful when doing procedures such as needling of filtration bleb and subconjunctival 5-Fluorouracial injection in which the exposure of superior conjunctiva is required. when there is akinesia of the globe after peribulbar, retrobulbar or subtenon’s local anaesthetic, this speculum is useful as the patient is not able to voluntrairly infraduct the eye.

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